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governor susana martinez gives her state of the state address. after that, a or forum on avoiding the automatic spending cuts called sequestration, and later policy analysts look at the role of medicare in the health care system and the future of the program. >> host: and you're watching "the communicators" on c-span. we are on location at the ces international 2013 show in las vegas from the convention center, and here's some more of our coverage. here in las vegas at ces international samsung has a rather large display, and "the communicators" is joined by david steel, executive vice president of strategy for samsung. mr. steel, if you would, just begin by giving us a snapshot of the samsung corporation. >> guest: so samsung is now the largest technology company in the world by sales. we cover all the way from components like semiconductor chips and flat panel displays all the way through to finished goods like home appliances, it'sing and smartphones -- televisions and smartphones. so you'll see a whole range of products at the booth where we're sewing pcs, audio systems, home
of training of women running for office. so susana martinez, the governor of new mexico, she has just accepted a role as co-chair of the future majority caucus, sort of aspirational there. it's designed to recruit hispanic and female candidates to the republican tent. on the other side, i'm thinking about 2016, you think about her potentially being a presidential candidate in 2016. we learned that hillary clinton launched a website we all hope that is a signal for the future. can you imagine a 2016 race with susana martinez pitted against hillary clinton. >> hillary, if. you're thinking of running we're for you. >> jennifer: we're for you all the way. >> i don't know if the republicans would nominate susana martinez for president. the party, the way they're talking, they're talking a good game, but look at where the votes are. these the same people chanting let him die. these are not going to be the same people-- >> jennifer: i have a feeling they're going to spend four years to prove you wrong on that. there is another great woman who has surfaced as a 2016 candidate, janet napolitano. i'm go
popular, bobby jindal, popular in his state. susana martinez, republican in her state. these are ones who made themselves popular because they have to govern, be executives, propose policies, they can't just sit on the sidelines and throw bombs at democrats, it is hard to do anything else, that has been the republican's tactic, but at the state level they prove that they can be constructive. and probably it is the case if the future of the republican party doesn't come from super pacs, doesn't come from think tanks, doesn't come from the feuds they're talking about. it comes from leadership bubbling out of the states and compelling candidates running at the national level and proving by their example that they have a message. >> dave, is anybody playing this from the other side? you have a kind of clustering of chris christie and jindal and ryan and rubio. they're doing something similar, not moving the policy, but a way of talking about the politics. is anybody running side by side to the tea party. >> in the states where they have the control they're doing so. arkansas is a state where
bench of republicans of color, and nikki haley and susana martinez is on it and my g governor bobby jindal is on it, but when you hear of the authenticity claim that is problematic, what is the republicans hoping that the bench of republican color will move them into the next arena. >> okay. let's do a positive and having an elected official in louisiana that is not under federal investigation is a huge thing. >> we are big on that. >> and in bobby jindal's favor, he is not being investigated right now. >> well, sometimes it takes a couple of years. >> well, you never know. and secondly, and the republican party actually does have more minorities in governorship than the democratic party does. >> yes. >> and the concern about what bobby jindal is doing is to attaching the budget concerns and when you list the things that he is talking about, there is tough, and when you talk about people with hiv not getting treated, that is a hard thing, but that is a financial issue, and to attach that as to that makes him more white or less white, i don't know if that is a fair assessment. >> tha
ryan, nikki haley, marco rubio, chris christie, jeb bush, susana martinez and more. who has the best opportunity to win that generational battle? >> there are inroads the republicans can make with the right leadership and right policies. the hispanic vote we know is naturally more socially conservative than much of the democratic platform and is an area republicans could have advantage with voters. they just failed to be inclusive in the last round of the election. we saw that so clearly in 2012, when it came to women and minority voters trying to limit voting rights, when it came to hispanics with the talk they had about self-deportation. every single group, republicans managed to alienate during the last election. one of the things that frustrated me about the republican leadership, you heard it in tampa, what will you do to reach hispanic voters? we have susana martinez, we have marco rubio. as if having the right person at the top can reach out. it's not just that, policy as well. much of that is tone of inclusiveness and policies that reach out to minority voters. >> take that t
such as new mexico's susana martinez, michigan's rick snider and rick scott of florida. >> and also john kasich. the guy is in really, really good conservative company there. >> yeah. christie emphasized that he was making the decision despite his personal ideology. >> i am no fan of the affordable care act. i think it's wrong for new jersey. and i think it's wrong for america. i fought against it and believe in the long run it will not achieve what it promises. however, it is now the law of the land. and i will make all my judgments as governor based on what i believe is best for new jersey. >> that last minute invitation, that was coming from c-pac, they're burning it now. they are. >> are they really? what about rick scott? >> among the republican governors who still oppose adopting obamacare are bobby jindal of louisiana, scott walker of wisconsin, and rick perry of texas. meanwhile, one of the organizers of c-pac explained why governor christie was not invited to speak at the meeting. they spoke to christie's attack on republicans for delaying a vote on sandy relief saying in part,
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